fat skin and muscle pouch to protect and control temperature of testicles
pouch like structure on top of testis
contracts to push sperm along to accessory glands
Accessory glands that add another component to make semen
Gland that produces a clear slightly alkaline fluid that makes up 10-30% of semen
One of two small glands that produces a clear, viscous secretion known as pre-ejaculate. This fluid helps to lubricate the urethra for spermatozoa to pass through, and to help flush out any residual urine or foreign matter
A tube connecting the bladder to outside of the body. Excretes both semen and urine
spongelike rehions that are found in both the penis and clitoris
the mass of spongy tissue surrounding the male urethra within the penis
The tip of the penis covered by foreskin
The hole atr which the urethra meets the outside world
Difficulty maintaining or having an erection
biological incapability to contribute to conception
Absolute inability to contribute to conception
A condition in which a male has less than 20 million sperm per ml of ejaculate
absence of one or both testes from the scrotum
An organelle with a cap like shape that develops over the head of a spermatazoa
the tubular tract leading from the uterus to the exterior of the body in females
lower narrow portion of uterus where it joins with the vagina
The womb opens to vagina and fallopian tubes
outer srosa layer of the uterus
Middle layer of uterine wall
the inner membrane of the uterus, preventing adhesions between the opposed walls of the myometrium, thereby maintaining the patency of the uterine cavity. During the menstrual cycle or estrous cycle, the endometrium grows to a thick, blood vessel rich, glandular tissue layer. This represents an optimal environment for the implantation of a blastocyst upon its arrival in the uterus.
two very fine tubes leading from the ovaries to the uterus
moves the ovum from the ovariesto the Uterus
egg producing reproductive organ
tissue leading from the fallopian tubes to the ovaries, "grabs" eggs
process by which male gametogonia develop into mature spermatozoa
an intermediary male gametogonium (a kind of germ cell) in the production of spermatozoa.
a male gametocyte which is derived from a spermatogonium. Initially, a spermatogonium divides by mitosis into two so-called primary spermatocytes
the haploid male gametid that results from division of secondary spermatocytes
the specific location of meiosis, and the subsequent creation of gametes
fibrous covering of the testis
the creation of an ovum
operation which renders one unable to procreate
The Attachment of the embryo to the uterus
the result of fertilization
an embryo at an early stage of embryonic development, consisting of approximately 12-32 cells (called blastomeres
stage after Morula
cycle of ovulation and menstrual bleeding
the baby pops out to say HeY!
follicles present at peberty
a mature ovum in its sac
immature stage of the female sex cell
ovarian follicle ruptures and discharges a ovum
when menstrual cycles stop
absence of normal menstruation
physiological and physical craziness before menstruation
surgical removement of the uterus
a hormone secreting glandular structure transformed after ovulation from a ruptured follicle
male sex hormone produced in the testes
the female sex hormone produced in the ovaries
hormone produced by the corpus luteum; stimulates the secretion of the uterine lining; with estrogen, helps initiate puberty in females
erectile tissue located in the vestibule of the vagina
surgical removal of the clitoris
membrane that may partially or totally occlude the vaginal outlet
beginnings of the mentsrual function
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